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Molecular Biology, 4/eby Robert Weaver, is designed for an introductory course in molecular biology. The text is geared not only toward presenting concepts of molecular biology, but also the experiments that led to those concepts. Guided by this experimental approach, Dr. Weaver has been published byNational Institutesas well asNational Geographic.
Table of Contents
|A Brief History|
|The Molecular Nature of Genes|
|An Introduction to Gene Function|
|Methods of Molecular Biology|
|Molecular Cloning Methods|
|Molecular Tools for Studying Genes and Gene Activity|
|Transcription in Prokaryotes|
|The Mechanism of Transcription in Prokaryotes|
|Operons: Fine Control of Prokaryotic Transcription|
|Major Shifts in Prokaryotic Transcription|
|DNA-Protein Interactions in Prokaryotes|
|Transcription in Eukaryotes|
|Eukaryotic RNA Polymerases and Their Promoters|
|General Transcription Factors in Eukaryotes|
|Transcription Activators in Eukaryotes|
|Chromatin Structure and Its Effects on Transcription|
|Messenger RNA Processing I: Splicing|
|Messenger RNA Processing II: Capping and Polyadenylation|
|Other RNA Processing Events|
|The Mechanism of Translation I: Initiation|
|The Mechanism of Translation II: Elongation and Termination|
|Ribosomes and Transfer RNA|
|DNA Replication, Recombination, and Transposition|
|DNA Replication I: Basic Mechanism and Enzymology|
|DNA Replication II: Detailed Mechanism|
|Genomics and Proteomics|
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